A simple method for rating potentially revolutionary contributions to physics.
Lighter Side of Darkness
The Psychic Rabbit can read your mind. Sure, it can.
Written in 1848, this well-known fairy-tale reminds us that Mother Nature is not only a wondrous place with whole worlds for us to explore, but also a fierce and bloody place, so unlike the benevolent, friendly and idyllic paradise we are being presented with in the world of New Age.
How eating cakes can make you lose weight.
by Anders W. Bonde Yes, it’s true, folks. The scientists, the skeptics, the atheists, the rational – hell, even the Brights and James Randi, will soon be revealed to have got it all wrong! The Creator has decided to give the believers and the woo-woos their dues, so He has finally revealed himself by announcing [...]
Some spend their lives searching for the Loch Ness monster¤ others, el Chupacabra. Dr. Daniel Markbotch, PhD., has more elusive prey in mind.
by John Reese In my line of work as a software developer, I’ve come to realize that people in general would be under a lot less stress if they didn’t insist on clinging to two erroneous beliefs: Some events have no logical explanation All events can be traced to some conscious purpose or intent The [...]
Edgar Allan Poe’s famous hoax about the Atlantic being crossed by balloon. First published in an 1844 April issue of the New York Sun.
Assume that Jesus Christ actually existed and that now he has come back as prophesized. What is one of the first things he will do? Hold a press conference, of course.
The following transcript is from a debate between Rico Dodton, Ph.D., a leader in the rapidly developing field of “Celestial Foodstuffs,” and Dr. Marcia A. Noll, Ph.D. in Astronomy.